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Subtracting the spectator: Antitheatricality, the real of revolution, and the political ontology of avant-garde theater
Subtracting the Spectator: Antitheatricality, the Real of Revolution, and the Political Ontology of Avant-Garde Theater examines the political stakes of avant-garde theater artists' ongoing struggle to reinvent the play-text ...
Sound and silence, about the complex monad: Study on John Cage, Myung Mi Kim, and Leslie Scalapino
"Forming Sonic Space Building Complex Monad of Us Well-Beings" This research aims to reveal the problems of conventional dyadic ideas in regards to sound and proposes the unity of the dyadic opposites. The ground structure ...
Technically bromantic: The autistic as a "Noble savant" in a homoerotic, post-modern pairing
Inspired by the work of Leslie Fiedler - specifically his controversial essay "Come Back to the Raft Ag'in Huck, Honey!" (1948) - this analysis is intended as an examination of the archetype of homoerotic or "bromantic" ...
Nonverbal bilingualism: Deaf schemas of deception
The Deaf are a community formed through a socio-linguistic acculturation process influenced by their use of signing to communicate. Signing includes verbal and nonverbal components, and reliance on vision as a primary ...
Start reading here: Interactivity and textual power in postmodern literature
"Start Reading Here: Interactivity and Textual Power in Postmodern Literature" focuses on books - specifically the Choose Your Own Adventure series, Queneau's Cent mille milliards de poèmes (1961), Marc Saporta's Composition ...